CHICAGO - A federal court judge granted the Chicago Board of Education another reprieve from shutting down the school system yesterday by extending a temporary restraining order for another 10 days.

U.S. District Court Judge Charles Kocoras granted the board's request for another 10 days to work out a solution with its unions and with the Illinois General Assembly to eliminate a $270 million deficit in its $2.8 billion fiscal 1994 budget.

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